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  3. ANNUAL BALL

    Members of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' League he[?]d their apnual ball at the Albert Hall last night. ...

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  5. RACING DAYS

    Giving evidence before the Racing Commission, to-day, M[?] [?] Morrison, chairman of the Queensland [?]urf Club, said that the definite policy of ...

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  6. MANLY CITIZENS

    That a motor party of Manly Aldermen, members of the Manly Chamber of Commerce, and other citizens will visit Queanbeyan on November 15, ...

    Article : 86 words
  7. FINDS IN PALESTINE

    To the south of Palsetine, about [?]teen miles from the market town [?], where Samson so long ago [?]ed the Philistines, is a descried ...

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  8. UNPAID

    It was decided, at a meeting of the Queanbeyan Municipal Council on Thursday evening, that the Town Clerk should submit a list of persons ...

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  9. ROAD SIGNS

    The lack of ro[?] signs at Queanbeyan signifying the routes to Canberra and other district centres, has long bee[?] a source of annoyance to ...

    Article : 87 words
  10. AFTERNOON TEA

    A number of ladies gave a most enoyable afternoon tea in honour of Lady Sutters at the Hotel Canberra, yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 117 words
  11. SAFE BLOWN

    John Williams (23), fireman [?]'atrick McCarthy (22), labourer, Arthur Williams (27), labourer, were remanded at the North Sydney police court to-day ...

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  13. CURE FOR JEALOUSY

    For having inflicted grievous bodily harm on Kathleen Rose Patterson at Cessnock on August 3, Frederick Pake (31), a tuck-pointer, was to-day ...

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  15. EAST-WEST AIR RACE

    In the general excitement and bustle of the recent East-West air race the tremendous amount of organisation nec[?] essary to such an event has been ...

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  16. NOVEL PROJECT

    The Government has given permission for Professor Overth to use a lonely spot on the east coast, from which he will fire experimental rockets ...

    Article : 78 words
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    The world's largest tyre, built by Goodyear, mounted behind at [?] starting on its trip round America. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. CAUGHT IN ACT

    A man who, it is alleged, was a[?]mpting to break into the home of Mrs. Sybil Morrison, a lady barrister[?] at Rose [?]ay last night, was arrested by ...

    Article : 131 words
  19. COAL NOT BLACK

    The president of the northern branch of the Miners' Federation (Mr. Hoare) said to-day that as far as the combined mining unions' committee was ...

    Article : 86 words
  20. BRITISH EMIGRATION

    Visiting the St. Mary's training hostel at North Kensington, at which single women are instructed in household duties before migration, Ca[?]al ...

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  21. STEEL HELMETS

    A d[?] suppressing the steel helmets has been exceuted without event and all sums in hand have been [?]zed[?] The decision was finalty reached as a ...

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